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Centers, Locations and Directions

Loyola University Maryland maintains multiple convenient campus locations to serve the professional communities in and around Baltimore, Md., and suburban Washington, D.C.

Baltimore Campus

4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210


  • Follow I-83 to Exit 9A, Cold Spring Lane East.
  • Follow Cold Spring Lane through eight traffic signals.
  • The Evergreen campus is located at the intersection of Cold Spring Lane and North Charles Street.
  • Parking can be accessed off Bunn Drive, the second left beyond North Charles.

Timonium Campus

2034 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, MD 21093


  • I-695 to I-83 North (Harrisburg Expressway).
  • Exit 16A, Timonium Road East.
  • Greenspring Drive is the first right turn after leaving I-83.
  • The Graduate Center parking lot is the second right turn.

Programs holding courses at the Timonium campus:

  • Liberal Studies

Programs holding courses at the Baltimore campus:

  • Psychology
  • Liberal Studies

Columbia Campus

8890 McGaw Road
Columbia, MD 21045


  • I-95 to Maryland Route 175 West (toward Columbia Town Center).
  • Follow MD 175 for 0.8 miles to Snowden River Parkway-South.
  • At traffic signal turn left off exit ramp.
  • Stay in right lane on Snowden River Parkway.
  • At second traffic signal turn right onto McGaw Road.
  • Follow McGaw Road toward Dobbin Road.
  • Turn right just prior to intersection with Dobbin Road into the Graduate Center parking lot.

Programs holding courses at the Columbia campus:

  • Pastoral Counseling
  • Liberal Studies
  • Speech-Language Pathology

Clinical Centers

Contact Information

The office of graduate admission serves all prospective graduate students by providing initial enrollment information on behalf of the graduate programs. The graduate admissions team works in partnership with the various program directors and department chairs to provide prospective students with inquiry fulfillment services, application processing, enrollment commitment, and initial enrollment services. The academic programs provide advising, orientation, and ongoing enrollment services.

The graduate programs offer a variety of ways in which to contact the people who can facilitate your admission and enrollment. We welcome your e-mails, telephone calls, or personal visits to our main campus or graduate centers.

Telephone: 410-617-5020
Toll-free: 800-221-9107, ext. 5020
Fax: 410-617-2002
Open House Information Line: 410-617-5335
E-mail: graduate@loyola.edu

Location / Mailing Address:

Office of Graduate Admission
Loyola University Maryland
Graduate Center Room 80
2034 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, MD 21093-411

Financial Aid and Costs

Our office of financial aid is your resource for scholarships and grants, as well as major federal and state student aid programs. Whenever you have a question about financial aid, we're here to help.

Visit the financial aid website


At Loyola, we agree that everyone should have access to a great graduate education. Our tuition and fees are extremely competitive for the region, and are much lower than other private Jesuit institutions. We work to ensure that Loyola consistently offers the best education possible, for the greatest value. We also offer financial aid and counseling, so that the benefits of the Loyola community are available to the most-qualified graduate students.

View our graduate program costs per year

View our undergraduate costs per year

Life as a graduate student

Graduate Student Services
Access to information and connection to a new community are important needs even for those who are veteran members of academe. Graduate Student Services (GSS) is here to offer a broad range of support for current and prospective graduate students.

As a graduate student at Loyola, you have accepted the challenge to gain mastery of new knowledge and skills, to think critically, and to develop as a socially responsible leader in your workplace as well as your community. GSS provides resources, referrals, and support as you address this challenge in your academic program with colleagues and classmates, faculty and administrators.

The purpose of the website is to provide you with useful and practical information, opportunities to connect with graduate students outside of your program, and to introduce you to services that you may or may not have used as an undergraduate student.